Fuller and D’Angelo, P.C., Architects and Planners have received three design awards for 2004. Our firm is being recognized for two Educational Design Excellence awards by American School and University Magazine. These are for the Staples High School expansion and renovation in Westport, Connecticut and also for the renovation and additions to the new Windward School at the former Berkeley University Campus in Harrison, New York.
Fuller and D’Angelo, P.C. Architects and Planners have also received a National Design Award with Special Recognition from the Society of American Registered Architects for the Landmark building renovation project namely “The Neo-Gothic Building Restoration of Townsend Harris Hall at The City College of New York.

Fuller and D’Angelo. P.C., Architects and Planners have been designing schools for over thirty seven years. Along with their design partners, including information and audio visual design consultants, CCR Pyramid of Cambridge MA, Fuller and D’Angelo is at the forefront of working with educators on integrating the latest information technology into the school environment. Through the integration of cutting edge technology, interaction with business leaders and mentors, participation in internships and project-based instruction, our modern designs will prepare students with the technology and personal skills necessary for the 21st Century’s increasingly global-based world environments

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Three Design Awards